This guide is written for the DOH Philippines’ LMD. It can be used as support material in the training and development of new and existing staff involved in warehouse and distribution operations at all levels, particularly those who are involved in the process of receiving, putaway and storing, picking and packing, and dispatching of FP, TB, and other health commodities in DOH warehouses.
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Department of Health Training Guide on Warehousing and Distribution of Family Planning, TB, and other Health Commodities in the Philippines
Development of Standard Operating Procedures to Strengthen Demand and Supply Planning of DOH Philippines
In line with the objective of the Department of Health (DOH) to strengthen supply chain management for pharmaceuticals and health commodities and ensure access for all Filipinos, this technical assistance aimed to support the DOH in strengthening demand and supply planning for pharmaceuticals. The assistance aimed to facilitate consensus building to harmonize demand and supply planning activities of the DOH, initiate the development of selected SOPs on demand and supply planning at the central level, identify data sets and requirements for performing consumption-based quantification for selected commodities.
Leadership, Management, and Governance Evidence Compendium: Medical Products, Vaccines, and Technologies
This brief on “Medical Products, Vaccines, and Technologies” is one of the chapters of the Leadership, Management, and Governance Evidence Compendium. The USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project collaborated with the USAID-funded SIAPS program to develop this chapter. The compendium contributes to the evidence base and advocates for continued investment in Leadership, Management, and Governance (L+M+G) activities by examining and documenting the evidence that exists regarding L+M+G’s role in strengthening health system performance in low and middle-income countries. The compendium’s five chapters draw on existing evidence documented in peer-reviewed and grey literature to describe the mechanisms that illustrates L+M+G’s role in the health system and the mechanisms through which L+M+G influences health system functioning.
Rapport de l’atelier de formation des acteurs du niveau périphérique sur le portail Ebola de l’outil de suivi des produits de santé (OSPSANTE)
La formation des acteurs du niveau périphérique sur le portail Ebola de l’outil de suivi des produits de santé (OSPSANTE) a été réalisée du 18 au 22 septembre 2017 dans la salle de conférence du COU. Elle a réuni 40 acteurs au total : deux facilitateurs de SIAPS et trois du DOU-SP et 35 prestataires qui ont reçu la formation, venant des services de santé de 3 régions (Kayes, Koulikoro, Sikasso) ; le district de Bamako et le CHU du point G. Ces différents acteurs sont impliqués par leurs rôles dans la gestion des produits Ebola. Au cours de cette formation, à travers 11 sessions dispensées, les acteurs ont appris comment estimer les besoins et faire la commande des produits, comment enregistrer et soumettre les données logistiques des produits de la prévention d’Ebola dans OSPSANTE, quel outil primaire ils doivent utiliser pour saisir les données dans le portail d’Ebola, quels sont les rapports que l’outil peut produire et comment faire les analyses pour la prise de décision dans le cadre de l’amélioration de la disponibilité des ME.
Evaluation of community case management of malaria in the pilot health districts of Ghombo, Gashoho, and Mabayi
To accelerate achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and universal health coverage, Burundi has implemented different strategies, including PECADOM, or home-based community management of malaria. A PECADOM implementation guide was developed that compiled relevant information to inform the Ministry of Public Health and the Fight against AIDS officials about its implementation. The overall goal of PECADOM is to help reduce mortality caused by malaria.This document is an external evaluation report conducted in the three districts of Gashoho, Gahombo, and Mabayi, after 24, 19, and 12 months of implementation, respectively. The following chapters present the objectives and methodology of the evaluation, the key findings, lessons learned, challenges, and conclusions and recommendations.
SIAPS and its predecessor programs have assisted numerous countries in strengthening governance to promote robust decision making, enhance accountability, reduce opportunities for corruption, and improve efficiencies to enable better access to and use of quality-assured medicines. This compendium draws on these experiences and provides a collection of examples of strategies and approaches for strengthening governance in pharmaceutical systems. The compendium highlights accumulated insights into factors that may have enabled or constrained the success of governance improvement initiatives. The intention is to systematically bolster knowledge, in alignment with USAID’s collaborating, learning, and adapting approach, so that stakeholders may examine the applicability of lessons learned and apply them in different settings to maximize resources and attain better development results. The compendium begins by defining governance, then explains its importance in pharmaceutical systems and introduces the framework SIAPS has used to guide its governance strengthening activities. It presents eight case studies on SIAPS’ work in enhancing governance in pharmaceutical systems, summarizes challenges commonly encountered and lessons learned, and closes with some reflections on the usefulness of SIAPS’ governance-strengthening framework.
By Francis Aboagye-Nyame, SIAPS program director Greatjoy Mazibuko was a pharmacist at the Oshakati Intermediate Hospital in Namibia working with ART patients. Every day, he rose at dawn, not knowing how many patients he would have that day. He often worked for 12 hours or more; patients were kept waiting for hours, perhaps having traveled […]
There has been a long‐recognized need of Central Medical Stores Depot (CMSD) staff for a complete collection of documents representing the up‐to‐date warehouse management
standard operating procedures (SOPs) of CMSD: there was no such resource capturing all the
operational procedures, circulars, registers, office orders, and so on used in the different sections
involved in CMSD’s logistical activities. In answer to this need, CMSD management has taken the initiative to develop a single volume containing all the required documents they have been adopted into existing procedures over the years of operation.
SIAPS Final Report showcases achievements across 46 countries. Interventions are described by intermediate results and health areas and demonstrate how SIAPS successfully worked with a range of stakeholders, including Ministries of Health, to bolster pharmaceutical systems and address country-specific needs.
SIAPS final report showcases achievements across 46 countries. Interventions are described by intermediate results and health areas and demonstrate how SIAPS successfully worked with a range of stakeholders, including Ministries of Health, to bolster pharmaceutical systems and address country-specific needs.
- Inventory Control and Good Storage Practices Training for Primary Health Care Nurses and Pharmacy Staff in Khomas, Ohangwena, and Otjozondjupa Regions, Namibia
Although SIAPS introduced a number of automated inventory control tools, such as the Facility Electronic Stock Card (FESC) and Electronic […]
- Department of Health Training Guide on Warehousing and Distribution of Family Planning, TB, and other Health Commodities in the Philippines
This guide is written for the DOH Philippines’ LMD. It can be used as support material in the training and […]
- Development of Standard Operating Procedures to Strengthen Demand and Supply Planning of DOH Philippines
In line with the objective of the Department of Health (DOH) to strengthen supply chain management for pharmaceuticals and health […]